Quantrill's Raiders attacked and destroyed much of which two towns?

The town of Lawrence and Kansas.

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By raiding Harper's Ferry, John Brown was hoping to **Weegy:** John Brown's plan seemed fairly straightforward: he and his men would establish a base in the Blue Ridge Mountains from which they would assist runaway slaves and launch attacks on slaveholders. [ At least that was the plan that the militant abolitionist had described to potential funders in 1857. But his plans would change. He had been ready in 1858 to launch his war -- he had both the men and the money to proceed. Brown was asked to postpone the launch, though, because one of his followers had threatened to reveal the plan -- a threat that the blackmailer did follow through on. So Brown agreed to go into hiding.
] **User:** To many in the North, they were fighting to **Weegy:** They thought they were fighting to end slavery - a noble idea. In fact they were fighting to end states rights and consolidate federal powers. In the end it was good for the union. [ ] (More)

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After doing more research, I think sometimes may be a better answer. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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